There are many special Linden Hills events year-round. Here are some favorites.
Southwest High School performing arts
Live music at the Lake Harriet Bandshell begins Memorial Day weekend, until Labor Day, with concerts every night except Tuesday at 7:30pm, other than Sundays at 2pm and 5:30pm. 2015 Lake Harriet Music Schedule.
It feels like “One Community” when you wander through this market, seeing friends and community members, merchants and folks you know from the coffee shops, relaxing on a sunny Sunday morning, appreciating the day and each other. And — bonus — there is great food for cooking, and great food for enjoying right there. Learn more here.
The Movies in the Park series runs June through August at the Lake Harriet Bandshell. Movies begin 15 minutes after sunset. The 2015 line-up includes Ferris Bueller’s Day off (June 12), Pitch Perfect (June 26), Saving Mr. Banks (July 10). See the full listing here.
Each month community members gather to learn more about the origins of our area. And it’s not only about Linden Hills history. Upcoming discussions: 170 years worth of stories from a Minnehaha Falls collection of images (May 7, 2015), how our community honors the Dakota Legacy at Lake Calhoun (June 17, 2015). Learn more here.
One night in August… The Big Corn Feed at Linden Hills Park. Family entertainment, music, games, refreshments … roasted corn!
An all-day Sunday music event in August. Annual block party organized by Tilia. Music, food and fun for kids all day on the block of 43rd St in front of Tilia. Come early. Stay late!
A Saturday in September. Bring your furry friend to Linden Hills Village to make new friends! Woofstock is a day of leash, love and celebration, featuring exhibits, dog tricks, dogs in costume, and fun for all!
Join your neighbors at Fall Fest, Linden Hills Neighborhood Council’s Annual Meeting and open house, featuring a celebration of fall. Stop down to meet current LHiNC board members, learn about neighborhood projects, and meet this year’s Linden Hills Neighborhood Treasures. While you’re there, cast a ballot for the upcoming LHiNC board term.